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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - June 25, 1879, Algona, Iowa                                600 TUBS OP BUTTER WANTED AT FOR WHICH HE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE IN 1 n jfiiufoiifiAe KOSSUTH JUNE BftlttESS Sine IT the Blue Fr6nt if you Wfltifc to buy goods cheap far for Attention Potato ShooU has a new remedy jmtnto thJ LONDON cheaper and raoro affective than Paris Dont Dont J Brtnt deprive yourself of one of Spears Clothing sold so Dont jro and pay a big price for what Bpear will oell Cm half til o Steam Dried Equal in flavor to fresh found nt ftStf I wonld jpfiixsotfully solicit a slinro All1 fits Shop over Clenry OnnlkitiB fltoro south ot the publio pub FRESH Try soWo if ihoso Evaporated pared as nice tind fresh HH wlien taken from tlie to be found Best and Woodwortli keeps the best nncl ncllH of any tnau in Cull and see foi 26tf ns pleasant to the taste as when first picked from the Marvin has 32tf will buy of Dried Apples at 32tf GOODS Where Why of and at priceswhichwill astonish you foi 15tf GOOD keeps the beat of eVerytliing and declines to have any tniok with a poor arti Try him and see for Grand Display of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE 32tf SETS from 25 cents xipward at Never It is a fact that Wood worth is selling ranrvclously low They vere never before so Sow in this Woodwortl be inquired of at the Now York 20tf a pair i Prench Calf lioots t 23tf has and large stock of and supply his customers cheapei than they can nftord to go tl to For loans on Real Kiitate apply to KOSSUTlt COUNlY 127 Now Io You yny want auytUihe iu llie line o Dry J5nots aiulShoca Jluts und YnnUco Notiona aud Grn xjones Now do you V on Siiear and Cud any of these 25i o pt Marvin is just HOW selling Grocer es very Call and see and get his Dont forgot the at Earleys old One1 Picturu printed in 10 color 1 1 Pocket 13 BJaok Visiting I Currts 10 Flirtation la Sheets ot 13 While fEnvelopes I 0 The lo sent or 25 Pets Stamps or OaaliJ Oliouy Ilubbard has a few New Wagons which ho offers a dollars Inquire at th Kound ppqse at 3639 Stoves for the MIUUON Surely rffled go while has suah a large assortment of styles which offers Jones started for home n Tuesday evenings and Sheet start for next Monday report of county finances rowds out much other reading natter this Yeomans of Fort Dodge a one of the visiting attorneys at his term of Sheldon of Cresco has 00 ores of wheat this season and the jrop prospect was never Sheet and Vd wont to Deep rah last Friday morning and remained over the has gone to Spirit Lake to meet the balance of the press gang of this Ninth notice that Road has tho foundation for his new drug store completed and ready for the Mathers wore down o Irvingtonlast week and gave Ivuisey Carlons house a coat of tlie Minneapolis Ford and family took the train this morning for Mount Vernon where they expect to locate Johnsons reduc tions in of lumber in the re constructed list of this He is down to bedrock in Call and Clarke arc engaged ns commissioners to ap praise railroad lands in sorao of the western Reed of Irvington has suc ceeded in adding six now life to the withir the last few He seems i profitable officer to DufHe arrived in town on Monday evening to hold a pecial term of The Judge s looking in much better health han when last in Ortnsby and Soperof Einmotsburg wore over on Saturday last to attend a meeting of tho trustees of Algona They returned on the evening attempt to saddle a portion of the Martin Judgement upon Hutchins and Call failed in Supremo Coolbattgh Jail appeared for the CravathY Pudding Slid i as come to It is sharp and spicy after the old mans and fills Emiling out all over it from pwldinyHead g to ho shortest Long may she McGregor Street dwellers liave decided to grade their high straighten tho roadbed and otherwise improve Piivato sub soriptions are to supplement the work of tho Street Alpha tett Tho second exhibition of this society will he given on Saturday Juuo 28th In court house Programme Praye by Mitchell MusicDeclamiUionbj ArlerjHocilation by Nannie Thorn burg Debute Unsolved that custom exerts u greater influenco upon maukiii than Eva W Walker Music Declamation by L Knbertsan Uecitutlon by Kato Stacy Uralioa by Will Walker College Journal edited uud read by Call M usic Allegory The Sculptors Triumph Miss keltic Uutchlns Pluri jus Ilist Dora Finbush Carrie Thompson Kato Stacy F School and College Spring ternj of the Aljroiw Pnbli School will oloso wilh ft picnic in Cull Juno In whicl the pupils of tha several departments to gother with the Depot and Hhc pupils ot tlio will panic i The Blind has kindly consented tr bo present mid conduct the procession to the when swings will bu erected und tables spread for the aocoinodatloii o A cordial invitatioa is extended tc and the people of Algom tn bo present at tho grove Uasket in and with a dclvrmiuation of having agood TEACHERS AND new irected oh Call houses arc one being nearly opposite tlie Wnlstan place and the oilier just oast of and adjoining the place of This last is being built by Slaglo for his private Sriyderof Clay has been visiting some of iris old friends in this coun and honored us with a He was formerly located at Algoiiaand remained here two report of Bush and committee to settle with Treasurer appears this The report ia exhaustive and will give the people information as to what is being done with the public Alpha Zeta Society will be out in nil their glory this week Saturday They will charter the Court House and furnish the publio with a rent literary At least we shall expect something like as the society has made a splendid record thus flay last week Bongeys little black pony dUengaged herself from a and struck for the tall timber along the viver with the harness and buggy thills She was found after two days dilligont search quietly and con tentedly eating Crockett of Irvington is to start this week for a visit of some months to his birthplace in Grant upward of twenty years since Crockett re moved from the homo to this western and as ho was quite young at that time he expects to find but few familiar The Ifot lee instalation of offlcera of Prudence Lodge will take place at their rooms on tomorrow Thursday which all masons in regular standing are in Carriage for The undersigned offers for sale on easy terms one now top buggy single Inquire of Minkler or at tho liussell 1 8637 ATTENTION LADIES Another invoice of those fine knit Shetland Shawls at Comstooks this Dont fail to get ono befove the Glorious found unccJared Japan Tea can be 3608 havo a cow to To whom concern Notice ig hereby given that I havo my John Richard 4 PttvW time from tef WJerfere JR tlteir con nor le TIIK Womans Temper ance Union will moet in tho Church tomorrow evening at The programme for the meeting is as follows Essay by Select Rending by General The music will be under direction of Miss Katie The people of Algoua will hold a GRAND CELEBRATION in On tho ONE HUNDRED AND THIRD ANNIVERSARY of The people of Kosstith and adjoining counties are invited to participate one make Uust day long to be The different committees at grea pains and secured the liuest programme eyerod to the care being tnkun to arraugo tho various sights uml so as to ullord a coutinuoui entertuimneut for visitors during cvtvy hour ol lie OFFICERS OF THE DAY PRESIDENT COMSTOCK JEANSOX was down from Swoa last weoli and reports every thing prospering in tho northern carpenters from were in Swea last week and finished up two new and two others are under Lumber is brought from Fair mount ou account of cheapness aud good of the was expected to visit Swoa JOHNSON of Irvington rais ed his calves last season on whey and declares that he never raised a better lie fed with new fflijk until about ono week before the cheese factory when he gradually changed to skim and spar milk in preparation for lie fed no meal or but turned the calves into the cornfield earlyin the fall and had them well prepared for Tin Third Grand Excursion of land seekers over Mil VICE Algona Kinsey Irv ington Lotts Creek Wesley Portland MARSHAL OF THE SPEXCEH EXECUTIVE Paul will start out of CJiiqago at 5 oidogfc of Jujy and will leave Milwaukee at of the same Round trip rates to Pattersonvillo are from Chicago and from and Jfjflnj pther points will Ibe correspondingly Tickets ope way are offere4 at g TUB Bsar4 of Trustees of lave finally determined to of the iflt the endowment of this end have up tUs f oUowing gentlemen a HECKART The Day will bo ushered in by the unfurling of Our Countrys and salutes fired by the Algona Volunteer 8 Ball Awarding of 0 and Musio by Algona Cornet 10 will form on State and march to the Arrived at the tha order of exercises will bo as follows Address of by by National by Gleo Reading of by Speeches from distinguished Song by Gleo Musio by Basket lasting till 130 Jmiwn nght and execution of Capt toot 100 to V 60 to Wheelbarrow race 100 Prizes f fsorub horse 40 rods f and oow s Match game base Champions receive a grand Wesley Wesley ia all is and everything is We celebrate the Brewer Censor have about com pleted their fine store and will noon put in their fine stock of It will be one of the largest stocks that over came to this part of Come and see ihe Butts has increased his stock of dry goods and and lie now has a lino and well selec ted It will do yon good to call and Bee how pleasant yoniold friond looks behind tho Baker has his now building under wity and will soon have it Come find sec George when he gets Obed Robinson is the only profes sional man we havo in Ho is attorney at carpenter and joiner and Ilaokett loft hero for Illinois on the Tom is a widower Sorry for will be visiting friends there for three 01 four Patridge has movod his shop south of his old where he wil do all work brought to Censor is ono of the finest cooks in these but he Wait for me at the George Eddy has been increas ing his fine stock of cant be beat raising hogs and Breaking is tho principal topio ol the Brisbois goes easl next week to visit Kingsberg is erecting a neat little house on his lots south of Shaw has tho finest lot of hard ware you ever is a fine business Ed Corsant is tho finest black smith in the If you have any bad work bring it to Perry is well and I will speak again As three yong men were return ing from Pompes Brewery on Sun day evening their team became unraanageAblo while descending the west of tho river and ran throwing out ono of the party and seriously injuring him and afterward overturning the carriage with the remaining The party thrown out fell upon his head and was rendered insensible for a Assistance was procured and the injured man brought to town and taken to his It was the abrupt descent of that hillside and tho lack of holdback straps that occasionedthe but no doubt the temperance fanatics will shake their heads dubiously and declaim against that broad gauge brewery as if that could be at fault in this pastor of the Church at visited Al gona by invitation during College Commencement exercises aud was assigned a prominent part in those Owing to a misunder standing the several churches of town were not closed in the forenoon of consequently the very able and excellent discourse by Jones in College Chapel was listen ed to and enjoyed by only a favored fraction of tho many who would have been pleased to hear On Monday evening he lectured at the chapel on the Material of which men are This lecture was all that we had boon led to expect from the young minister after the discourse of Sunday and ought to have been heard by every young man and woman in the We shall not attempt a synopsis of the but hope it may be repeated in Algona at some future Jones ia a native of England and haa been in this country but three nearly all this time in Id all intents and purposes he is an in full communion just suph an American as all patriotic native Americans should wish to see immi grating to this country by At a late meeting of theTrustees of Algona College Ford his resignation of p miueo gMmmo At 9 will iu a the M ort tbomg air M mm JULY i to Music OKKKNWOOI flowing is the report of thw coin appointed lo prpire it uro iu for Greenwood cuh linv hold it Cornwalls giove with und speeches by BeninIt Mitchell and Declamation by ohiMn with und re marks hy Hawks and The company then proceedto partake of thn good ihing of the which they will adjourn to this south e Igi3 of tho whore a ground has linen for tlie performance of grimes and wil in hipt and with a uamo of lmll will clone the programme Horse consisting of ladies driving with trotting and run uing will 1m A bowery will bu provided for those who enjoy tho Prizes in all By order of PORTLAND Exercises in the grovo of Programme 1st Kugmuffiaj 2nd n in iicooimwhicii iiy tor full time If mlvevtlsliKJ liiiyiiWo miSMisflMt In JAMES ptrYHtClAN nirl i dR7iuT k cARFie PHVHIOIAN Oillpe ill noxt ilnnrlo Flints bR7sHEefzT DRUGGIST STATlOMfili In PnliitH Conicl tit Tliiirhigtnii AND I H Sl Formerly of Ima opened bfBce j Over ShoetzDrug A TTOnXEY AT REAL ESTATE AND LOAN Xntijry Viilillo nnil Hcnl full klmls Tnrtlnular Hoi irlvnn to PnrmctlnR Torfnutlnir niul ths 1iiyliiK of Tiiyes tor iioni t nmilv rDinnlpto Ahatrnct or MWto In Tfossntli uiUl Iliouiilx Iiisnrnnce fe original states by little girls appropriate ly costumed 5th Reading of Declaration of Independence Oth a followed by music 7th speeches by Garfleld and Tho tables will then bo spread for All are invited to corno and bring their baskets of pro The eatables should bo placed in tho charge of tho table Abase ball will be played lho Pert land Kine and the Upper Dus Hoiues There will be foot races and oilier but tho committee will see to t that no liquor or beer is sold on the round or Prest of the Jones Vice ph James of arrantrtmirnts Jesse Miss IX D close with a bowery dunce ami Tickets WESLEY The following officers andcommittees havo been selected to prepare for a pro per observance of tho Fourth at President of the Muckul JI Marshall Eddy Header ot tho to To procure Flag The Sunday School and Good Templars will form iu procession march to lho celebration HATCH is canvassing the county for the sale of al kinds of fruit and ornamental trees nnd for the well known hisi class nursery of of Charles The stock luviiig been started in this country has been found well adapud to the climate of KoSfWth and as the plants and trees hivelut a short distance for transportation and are thrifty taken from tho our people will find ii to their interest to piitrouhstt who is resident of the is thoroughly reliable mid thepyeli versed in the culture of THE story of tha transportation ol the Kossuth County delegation the late llepublioftii Stale Uomen as told by the is not calculated to weigh down the honest republicans uf the county under a mountain of credit for the local management of tin It is more in sorrow lhau anger that we give widev publiciv the disgraceful hoping that thy tion may opeu theeyes of the rank asd file of the party to the real character of the men who assume to represent in tht councils It that K Clarke promised the delegates from Kossiuh and some western Bounties to furnish thuni free over thas railroads to DBS aiid City with the of reiving these free tickets Bu or E AmiMliiitn EmlKMrt olienii Olllco west Ill DRY i READYMADE BOOTS State D Watsons State oast of See ailyt West State Algoiim Ci Bee ROBINSON Soiitiiwost cbmSSIli btiita iiiul See ill Oil WICETCHIE p f LAMPION Tliresjieiy elm smtti ail tun Koe House Sign All work done nt in Hie latest kyle o SETCHELL su i   

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